I Saw Dysfunction In Your Rhythm

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I Saw Dysfunction In Your Rhythm

A snapshot in time; lifes waves echo so effortless without emotion, the beautiful and intriguing creature. A small scene, a speck of sand in a dense ocean holds such tragedy and loss, to bury memory so deep it won’t be forgotten, the heartbreak of loosing someone you love. Lifes dance majestically glides by, but, I Saw Dysfunction In Your Rhythm.

/ A1 Digital Print 594 x 841 mm
/ Signed and Limited at 25
/ 260gsm Matte Thick Stock

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I Saw Dysfunction In Your Rhythm

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Graff Spiral

Artwork as part of The Graff Spiral, an exposition celebrating the dynamic street art of Sheffield. It is a substantial painted, sculptural installation, the structure designed by students from the department of Structural Engineering at the University of Sheffield, under the guidance of Professor Rachel Horn, local sculptor Anthony Bennett, structural engineers ARUP, who have been providing support to the teams, advising on practical forms of construction and fundamental design principles, and Street artist Mila K. Five groups of 6 students competed to design a structure which could be manufactured easily by volunteers, to a tight budget, which would be structurally sound, and which would optimise surface area to facilitate graffiti art. Curated by Mila K, nine of the most exciting up and coming Sheffield street artists; Jim McElvaney, Eugene Booms, Marcus Method, Trik09, Nazusk, Mila K, Rob Lee, Mikk Murray, and Aliss Curtis will create a symbolic collaborative artwork evoking the spirit of resurgence, vitality, creativity and optimism for the community of Hillsborough.

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Run The Jewels

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Photography by Chard Remains Photography

Tag the Jewels is a worldwide street art initiative for which over 30 artists across 6 continents were invited to remix the group’s iconic album cover art – two opposing hands, one forming a gun, the other holding a chain.

The artists were given a very simple brief and the freedom to express their own unique interpretations of Nicholas Gazin’s original artwork.

These signature pieces designed by respected local artists have gone up contemporaneously on walls from Los Angeles to Lagos, Paris to Jakarta, Sao Paolo to New Delhi and many more.  It is the first global installation of it’s kind.

Run the Jewels is grateful to these talented artists for their generous and inspiring contributions.

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